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Insight (disambiguation)
Insight can refer to:*Insight, the act or result of apprehending the inner nature of things or of seeing intuitively*Insight Bowl, a college football bowl played in Tempe, Arizona*Insight Communications, a cable television company in the Midwest U.S.

Insight (E-mail client)
Insight WebClient is an groupware email client from Bynari embedded on Arachne web browser for DOS. It supports IMAP4, POP3 and SMTP email protocol with simple settings. It allows Sunbird, Outlook, and Evolution to work together.

Insight (TV series)
Insight was an Emmy-winning syndicated television series produced by Paulist Productions that aired 250 episodes from 1960 to 1983. The series presented half-hour dramas illuminating the contemporary search for meaning, freedom, and love

Insights (TV series)
Insights is a public affairs television program based in Dallas, Texas. Originated by KDFW-TV program director Joe Bell, the show premiered on that station — then a CBS affiliate — on January 6, 1980. Originally focused on African-American issues, the program expanded over the years to cover topics of greater diversity, though the majority of guests continue to be Black

Insignia
Insignia or insigne pl -nia or -nias : a symbol or token of personal power, status or office, or of an official body of government or jurisdiction

Insignificance
Insignificance may refer to:*Insignificance , a 1985 film directed by Nicolas Roeg*Insignificance , an album by Jim O'Rourke named after the film*Insignificance , a song by Pearl Jam*Insignificance

Insignificance (album)
Insignificance consists of a series of demos, unused songs and outtakes by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree. It was the second promotional item sent to subscribers of the band's "Transmission" information service, in 1997, in the form of a 50-minute cassette and limited to 500 copies

Insolence
Insolence is a nu metal band which was formed in San Jose, California in 1995. They also use rap, reggae, and hardcore in their music. They put out two major label records Revolution on Maverick Records and Stand Strong on Warner Bros. Records

Insolvency
Insolvency means the inability to pay one's debts as they fall due. Usually used to refer to a business, insolvency refers to the inability of a company to pay off its debts.Business insolvency is defined in two different ways:

Insomnia (Faithless song)
"Insomnia" is a song recorded by British dance group Faithless. Released as the band's second single, it became one of their most successful. It was released in 1995 and became a hit in Dance Charts while peaking at #27 in the UK in 1995 and #3 in 1996 . The song also reached #48 in the UK chart as a re-entry in 2005, showing the song's longevity

Insomnia (Hed PE album)
Insomnia is an album by American punk rock band Hed PE, released on July 17, 2007.- Music :Hed PE has cited thrash metal bands such as Slayer as an influence on the musical style of Insomnia.- Release and reception :

Insomnia (Nightwatchers song)
Insomnia is a techno song by the German techno group "Nightwatchers," released in 2002. It is a very well known techno song, and is considered by many to be Nightwatchers' signature song. It is a cover of the original song, written and recorded by the group Faithless, released in 1995.Insomnia has been remixed into several versions, both by Nightwatchers and by various other groups.

Insomnia (rock band)
Insomnia is a rock band based in Kolkata, West Bengal. The band's repertoire includes both English and Bangla songs. The band has an album each in English and Bangla . Insomnia is a rock band from Eastern India with bilingual repertoire

Insomniac
Insomniac or The Insomniac may refer to:* A person who has insomnia* Insomniac * Insomniac * "Insomniac" , a song by Echobelly* "Insomniac", a song by Billy Pilgrim

Insomniac (Enrique Iglesias album)
A Re-release in India came with a DVD containing music videos for the songs "Do You Know", "Somebody's Me", "Tired of Being Sorry" and "Push" .-Charts:-Release history:

Insomnio
Insomnio is also the Spanish translation of InsomniaInsomnio is the fourth album of the Puerto Rican rock band Sol D'Menta and their third studio album. It is also the first album to feature new singer Omar Hernández

Inspector
Inspector is both a police rank and an administrative position, both used in a number of contexts. However, it is not an equivalent rank in each police force.- Australia :

Inspector (Role Variant)
The Inspector Guardian is one of the 16 role variants of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a self-assessed personality questionnaire designed to help people better understand themselves. David Keirsey originally described the Inspector role variant; however, a brief summary of the personality types described by Isabel Myers contributed to its development

Inspectorate
An Inspectorate or Inspectorate-General is a civil or military body charged with inspecting and reporting on some institution or institutions in its field of competence

Inspiration
Inspiration or Inspire may refer to:* Artistic inspiration, sudden creativity in artistic production* Biblical inspiration, the doctrine in Judeo-Christian theology concerned with the divine origin of the Bible

Inspiration (Elkie Brooks album)
Inspiration is a 1989 album by Elkie Brooks. It features a mix of cover versions and original tracks and featured the single "Shame".- Track listing :#"Hard Habit to Break"

Inspiration (Shinhwa album)
Inspiration #1 was Shinhwa's first Japanese album, as they tried to break into the Japanese market. State Of The Art peaked at #4 on the Oricon Chart in Japan and sold over 100,000 copies.-Tracks:#Girls Exclusive

Inspired
Inspired is a collection of Lea Salonga's personal favorites, including "To Hear You Say You Love Me" , "Do You Hear It" , "Who Are You" , and her Official Wedding Song "Two Words" .-Track listing:

Inst
Inst may refer to:* The Royal Belfast Academical Institution, a grammar school in Belfast, Northern Ireland* Tuskegee University, Alabama, United States* Bannari Amman Inst of Tech, Tamil Nadu, India* Instrumental

Instability
In numerous fields of study, the component of instability within a system is generally characterized by some of the outputs or internal states growing without bounds

Install (Unix)
The install command is a standard Unix program used to copy files and set file permissions.

Installation
Installation may refer to:* Installation * Installation, work of installation art* Installation, military base

Instalment
An instalment usually refers to either:* an episode in a television or radio series* a monetary payment as part of a hire purchase

Instant
An instant is a infinitesimal moment in time, a moment whose passage is instantaneous.The continuous nature of time and its infinite divisibility was addressed by Aristotle in his Physics where he wrote on Zeno's paradoxes

Instant Star
Instant Star was a Canadian television program which aired from September 2004 to June 2008. The series starred Alexz Johnson as adolescent music competition winner Jude Harrison. The show chronicles Harrison's experience in the recording industry whilst focusing upon character development.Linda Schuyler and Stephen Stohn of Epitome Pictures produced the show

Instantiation
Instantiation or instance*Philosophy:*A modern concept similar to participation in classical Platonism, see the Theory of Forms.*The principle of instantiation, the idea that in order for a property to exist, it must be had by some object or substance.*Universal instantiation and existential instantiation, two rules of logical inference*A substitution

Instar
An instar is a developmental stage of arthropods, such as insects, between each molt , until sexual maturity is reached. Arthropods must shed the exoskeleton in order to grow or assume a new form. Differences between instars can often be seen in altered body proportions, colors, patterns, or changes in the number of body segments

Instead
Instead may refer to:* Instead , a 2007 album by Onetwo* "Instead", a 2003 song by Stacie Orrico off her self-titled album* "Instead" , a 2009 song

Instead (album)
Instead is the first album by synthpop duo Onetwo. It was released as a CD and as a download. The album contains two covers: Pink Floyd's "Have a Cigar" and Cat Power's "I Don't Blame You".-CD: There / TTCDX004:

Instigator
Instigator is the debut album by Pop and R&B singer Kaci Brown. The album was released on August 9, 2005. "Unbelievable" was the first single released from the album

Instil
To instil or instill is to slowly but firmly establish something.It can also refer to:*Instillation abortion, a method of induced abortion*USS Instill , an American minesweeper

Instinct
Instinct or innate behavior is the inherent inclination of a living organism toward a particular behavior.The simplest example of an instinctive behavior is a fixed action pattern, in which a very short to medium length sequence of actions, without variation, are carried out in response to a clearly defined stimulus.-Overview:Beyond the simplest example of instinct described

Instinct (Ektomorf album)
-Track listing:# "Set Me Free" - 3:10# "Show Your Fist" - 3:28# "Instinct" - 3:58# "Burn" - 4:16# "The Holy Noise" - 3:42# "Fuck You All" - 3:10# "United Nations" - 5:04# "Land of Pain" - 2:12# "I Break You" - 3:50# "You Get What You Give" - 2:47

Instinct (Kavana album)
Instinct is the second album by British singer Kavana. The album was recorded in Italy during the summer of 1998 and was produced by Absolute. The album was scheduled to be released in April 1999 in the UK but the released was cancelled by Virgin Records and Kavana was dropped from the label

Instinct (song)
"Instinct" is a 1996 song by rock group Crowded House. It was the first single released from the group's greatest hits compilation Recurring Dream in the United Kingdom, and the third and final release in Australia

Institute
An institute is a permanent organizational body created for a certain purpose. Often it is a research organization created to do research on specific topics

Institution
An institution is any structure or mechanism of social order and cooperation governing the behavior of a set of individuals within a given human community

Institutionalized (song)
"Institutionalized" is a song by the American hardcore punk band Suicidal Tendencies. It was released in 1983 as the only single from their debut album, Suicidal Tendencies. It is often classified as the band's signature song and would be re-recorded for the album Still Cyco After All These Years ten years later

Instruction
Instruction may refer to:* Teaching, education performed by a teacher* Instruction , a single operation of a processor within a computer architecture

Instruction (band)
Instruction were an alternative rock band that formed in 2002 in Brooklyn, New York. The band consisted of lead vocalist Arthur Shepherd, bassist Adam Marino, lead guitarist Tom Capone and drummer Ti Kreck.-Band history:

Instructor
Instructor may refer to:In education:* Professor of a technical subject like dance or civil engineering at a university* A teacher of a specialised subject that involves skill**flight instructor**drill instructor**Physical Training Instructor

Instrument
Instrument may refer to:* Instrument , a documentary of the band Fugazi, directed by Jem Cohen* Instruments , a performance visualizer-Science and technology:

Instrument panel
Instrument panel has several uses:*Control panel *Flight instruments *Dashboard

Instrument Soundtrack
Instrument Soundtrack is a 1999 album by American post-hardcore band Fugazi.-Background:It is a mainly instrumental soundtrack for the documentary about the band produced by the band and filmmaker Jem Cohen.

Instrumental
An instrumental is a musical composition or recording without lyrics or singing, although it might include some non-articulate vocal input; the music is primarily or exclusively produced by musical instruments.

Instrumental (disambiguation)
An instrumental is a musical composition or recording without any sort of vocals.Instrumental may also refer to:*Instrumental case, a grammatical case, also called the "eighth case"*extrinsic, as in instrumental value in value theory

Instrumentalism
In the philosophy of science, instrumentalism is the view that a scientific theory is a useful instrument in understanding the world. A concept or theory should be evaluated by how effectively it explains and predicts phenomena, as opposed to how accurately it describes objective reality.Instrumentalism avoids the realism / anti-realism debate, and may be better characterised as

Instrumentality
Instrumentality can refer to any of the following:* The quality or condition of being instrumental* The theory of Instrumentalism in the philosophy of science* The philosophical concept of Instrumental rationality

Instrumentals (Lil Rob album)
-Track listing:* 1. No One To Depend On* 2. Now They Don't Ask* 3. Tha Truth* 4. From Dago To L.A.* 5. High Til I Die* 6. Oldie * 7. Peak-A-Boo* 8. San Diego* 9. About To Go Down* 10. Can't Keep A Good Man Down* 11. New Drug* 12. I Remember

Instrumentals (The Pharcyde album)
Instrumentals was released September 13, 2005 by Delicious Vinyl Records. It contains the instrumental tracks of songs by The Pharcyde found in their debut album Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde and its follow up release Labcabincalifornia.

Instrumentation
Instrumentation is defined as the art and science of measurement and control of process variables within a production, or manufacturing area.

Instrumentation (computer programming)
In context of computer programming, instrumentation refers to an ability to monitor or measure the level of a product's performance, to diagnose errors and to write trace information. Programmers implement instrumentation in the form of code instructions that monitor specific components in a system

Instruments (album)
Instruments is Twelve Tribes's second release, it is an EP.-Track listing:#"Kite Eating Tree"#"Milk and Mice Pocketknife"#"Dragonflies"#"The Perfect North"#"Surprise You're Dead" -Credits:*Adam Jackson - vocals

Instruments (application)
Instruments is an application performance analyzer and visualizer, integrated in Xcode 3.0 and later versions of Xcode. It is a developer tool included in Apple Mac OS X v10.5 and later versions of Mac OS X, built on top of the DTrace tracing framework from OpenSolaris and ported to Mac OS X.Instruments shows a time line displaying any event occurring in the

Insufflation
In religious and magical practice, insufflation and exsufflation are ritual acts of blowing, breathing, hissing, or puffing that signify variously expulsion or renunciation of evil or of the devil , or infilling or blessing with good .In historical Christian practice, such blowing appears most

Insular
Insular may also refer to:*Adjective describing an island.*Insular, the term used for Criollo people in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial period.*Insular area of the United States.

Insulator
Insulator may refer to:* Insulator , a substance that resists the flow of electric current* Insulator , an element in the genetic code* Thermal insulation, a material used to resist the flow of heat

Insulator (genetics)
An insulator is a genetic boundary element that plays two distinct roles in gene expression, either as an enhancer-blocking element, or more rarely as a barrier against condensed chromatin proteins spreading onto active chromatin

Insulin
Insulin is a hormone central to regulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism in the body. Insulin causes cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up glucose from the blood, storing it as glycogen in the liver and muscle.

Patrick Stewart
Sir Patrick Hewes Stewart, OBE is an English film, television and stage actor, who has had a distinguished career in theatre and television for around half a century

Patrick Swayze
Patrick Wayne Swayze was an American actor, dancer and singer-songwriter. He was best known for his tough-guy roles, as romantic leading men in the hit films Dirty Dancing and Ghost, and as Orry Main in the North and South television miniseries. He was named by People magazine as its "Sexiest Man Alive" in 1991

Patrizio Buanne
Patrizio is an Italian singer baritone, songwriter, producer. He was previously signed with Globe Records, a division of Universal Music, but has recently signed a global record deal with Warner Music Entertainment.-Biography:Early lifePatrizio Buanne spent his childhood living and traveling from an early age between his family's

Patrol bomber
A maritime patrol aircraft , also known as a patrol aircraft, maritime reconnaissance aircraft, or by the older American term patrol bomber, is a fixed-wing aircraft designed to operate for long durations over water in maritime patrol roles - in particular anti-submarine, anti-ship and search and rescue.-History:World War I and World War II eraThe

Patsy McGarry
Patsy McGarry is Religious Affairs correspondent with The Irish Times. He succeeded Andy Pollak as editor in the mid-1990s. He also is the commissioning editor for articles which are published in the paper's Rite and Reason column every Monday. McGarry also writes occasionally on social issues for the newspaper

Pattani kingdom
Pattani or Sultanate of Pattani was a Malay sultanate that covered approximately the area of the modern Thai provinces of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and much of the northern part of modern Malaysia. The King of Patani is believed to have converted to Islam some time during the 11th century

Pattern 1853 Enfield
The Enfield Pattern 1853 Rifle-Musket was a .577 calibre Minié-type muzzle-loading rifle-musket, used by the British Empire from 1853 to 1867, after which many Enfield 1853 Rifle-Muskets were converted to the cartridge-loaded Snider-Enfield rifle.-History &

Patterned ground
Patterned ground is a term used to describe the distinct, and often symmetrical geometric shapes formed by ground material in periglacial regions

Pattie Boyd
Patricia Anne "Pattie" Boyd is an English model and photographer, and the former wife of both George Harrison and Eric Clapton

Pattonville
Pattonville was a large housing area maintained by the U.S. military near Stuttgart, Germany following World War II. The community was named for World War II General George S. Patton. Located north of the city and east of Ludwigsburg, Pattonville was home to Stuttgart American High School, which accommodated 1,200 students at its peak

Patty Weaver
Patty Weaver and 1967 Alumni of Fairborn High School is an American actress who played the role of Gina Roma on The Young and the Restless on a contract basis from 1982 until August 2005, when she was dropped to recurring status, and she last appeared in early 2009.She was born in Clarksburg, West

Patulous Eustachian tube
Patulous Eustachian tube, also known as patent Eustachian tube, is the name of a rare physical disorder where the Eustachian tube, which is normally closed, instead stays intermittently open. When this occurs, the patient experiences autophony, the hearing of self-generated sounds

Patuxent River
The Patuxent River is a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay in the state of Maryland. There are three main river drainages for central Maryland: the Potomac River to the west passing through Washington D.C., the Patapsco River to the northeast passing through Baltimore, and the Patuxent River between the two. The Patuxent watershed had a rapidly growing population of 590,769 in 2000

Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center is a biological research center in Maryland. It is one of only 17 research centers in the United States run by the U.S. Geological Survey. This USGS research center is located on the U.S

Patuxet
The Patuxet are an extinct Native American tribe of the Wampanoag tribal confederation. They lived primarily in and around the area of what has since been settled as Plymouth, Massachusetts.-Devastation:

Paua
Pāua is the Māori name given to three species of large edible sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs which belong to the family Haliotidae , known in the United States and Australia as abalone, and in the United Kingdom as ormer shells.-Species:There are three species of New Zealand pāua:New Zealand's best known pāua species is Haliotis iris

Paul Abbott
Paul Abbott is a BAFTA award-winning English television screenwriter and producer. Abbott has become one of the most critically and commercially successful television writers working in Britain today, following his work on many popular series, including Coronation Street, Cracker and Shameless, the latter of which he created

Paul Abraham
Paul Abraham was a composer of operettas.Abraham studied at the Royal National Hungarian Academy of Music in Budapest from 1910 to 1916

Paul B. Fay
Paul Burgess Fay, Jr. was the Acting United States Secretary of the Navy in November 1963, and a close confidant of President John F. Kennedy.-Background:

Paul B. Johnson, Jr.
Paul Burney Johnson, Jr. was a United States Democratic Mississippi politician and son of former Mississippi Governor Paul B. Johnson, Sr..

Paul Begala
Paul Edward Begala is an American political consultant and political commentator. He was an adviser to President Bill Clinton. Begala was a chief strategist for the 1992 Clinton-Gore campaign, which carried 33 states and made Clinton the first Democrat to win the White House in sixteen years

Paul Bernardo
Paul Kenneth Bernardo, also known as Paul Jason Teale , is a Canadian serial killer and rapist, known for the sexual assaults and murders he committed with his wife Karla Homolka and the serial rapes he committed in Scarborough.-Early life:Bernardo's mother, Marilyn, was the adopted daughter of a wealthy Toronto lawyer and his wife

Paul Bocuse
Paul Bocuse is a French chef based in Lyon who is famous for the high quality of his restaurants and his innovative approaches to cuisine

Paul Broca
Pierre Paul Broca was a French physician, surgeon, anatomist, and anthropologist. He was born in Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, Gironde. He is best known for his research on Broca's area, a region of the frontal lobe that has been named after him. Broca’s Area is responsible for articulated language

Paul Cézanne
Paul Cézanne was a French artist and Post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations of the transition from the 19th century conception of artistic endeavour to a new and radically different world of art in the 20th century. Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th century Impressionism and the early 20th century's new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism

Paul Claudel
Paul Claudel was a French poet, dramatist and diplomat, and the younger brother of the sculptor Camille Claudel. He was most famous for his verse dramas, which often convey his devout Catholicism.-Life:

Paul Copley
Paul Mackriell Copley is an award-winning English actor and voice-over artist.-Early life:Copley was born in Denby Dale, West Yorkshire, and grew up beside a dairy farm there. His father, Harold, was involved with local amateur dramatic productions, as were the rest of his family

Paul Dano
Paul Franklin Dano is an American actor and producer. He has appeared in films such as L.I.E. , The Girl Next Door , Little Miss Sunshine , There Will Be Blood , and Where the Wild Things Are .-Early life:Dano was born in New York City, the son of Gladys and Paul Dano

Paul Dirac
Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, OM, FRS was an English theoretical physicist who made fundamental contributions to the early development of both quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics

Paul Dixon Show
The Paul Dixon Show was an American television variety program originating in Cincinnati on WLWT Television beginning in 1955 and ending in January 1975, one month after Dixon's death in December 1974

Paul E. Patton
Paul Edward Patton was the 59th governor of Kentucky, serving from 1995 to 2003. Because of a 1992 amendment to the Kentucky Constitution, he was the first governor eligible to succeed himself in office since James Garrard in 1800

Paul Ekman
Paul Ekman is a psychologist who has been a pioneer in the study of emotions and their relation to facial expressions. He has been considered one of the 100 most eminent psychologists of the twentieth century

Paul Finebaum
Paul Finebaum is an American sports author, television and radio personality and former columnist based in Birmingham, Alabama. His primary focus is sports, particularly those in the Southeast. Finebaum was born in Memphis, Tennessee and attended the University of Tennessee, where he received a liberal arts degree in Political Science

Paul Gauguin
Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin was a leading French Post-Impressionist artist. He was an important figure in the Symbolist movement as a painter, sculptor, print-maker, ceramist, and writer

Paul Getty
Sir John Paul Getty KBE , born Eugene Paul Getty, was a wealthy American-born British philanthropist and book collector. He was the elder son of Jean Paul Getty, Sr

Paul Giel
Paul Robert Giel was a football and baseball player from Winona, Minnesota.Giel attended the University of Minnesota, where he was a star quarterback for the Gophers. His career totals were 2,188 yards rushing, 1,922 yards passing

Paul Gilbert
Paul Brandon Gilbert is an American guitarist. He is well known for his technical guitar work with Racer X and Mr

Paul Goodman (writer)
Paul Goodman was an American sociologist, poet, writer, anarchist, and public intellectual. Goodman is now mainly remembered as the author of Growing Up Absurd and an activist on the pacifist Left in the 1960s and an inspiration to that era's student movement

Paul Gottlieb Nipkow
Paul Julius Gottlieb Nipkow was a German technician and inventor.-Beginnings:Nipkow was a German of born in Lauenburg in Pomerania. While at school in Neustadt , West Prussia, Nipkow experimented in telephony and the transmission of moving pictures. After graduation, he went to Berlin in order to study science

Paul Harvey
Paul Harvey Aurandt , better known as Paul Harvey, was an American radio broadcaster for the ABC Radio Networks. He broadcast News and Comment on weekday mornings and mid-days, and at noon on Saturdays, as well as his famous The Rest of the Story segments. His listening audience was estimated, at its peak, at 24 million people a week

Paul Hasleby
Paul Hasleby is a former Australian rules footballer. He played for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League and the and South Fremantle Football Clubs in the West Australian Football League

Paul Henry (painter)
Paul Henry was a Northern Irish artist noted for depicting the west of Ireland landscape with a spare post-impressionist style.

Paul I of Russia
Paul I was the Emperor of Russia between 1796 and 1801. He also was the 72nd Prince and Grand Master of the Order of Malta .-Childhood:

Paul Is Dead
"Paul is dead" is an urban legend suggesting that Paul McCartney of the English rock band The Beatles died in 1966 and was secretly replaced by a look-alike.

Paul Jenkins (United States painter)
- Biography :He was born in 1923 in Kansas City, Missouri. In Kansas City, the artist met Frank Lloyd Wright who was commissioned by the artist's great-uncle, the Rev. Burris Jenkins, to rebuild his church after a fire. Also during his years in Kansas City, the young Jenkins visited Thomas Hart Benton and confided his intention to become a painter

Paul Jennings (Australian author)
Paul Jennings AM is an English-born Australian children's book writer. His books mainly feature short stories that lead the reader through an unusual series of events that end with a twist.-Biography:

Paul Johnson
-Sports:*Paul Johnson , head football coach at Georgia Tech*Paul Johnson [1896-1973], Major League outfielder*Paul Johnson , English cricketer*Paul Johnson , English footballer

Paul Jones (singer)
Paul Jones is an English singer, actor, harmonica player, and radio personality and television presenter.-Career:As P. P

Paul Klee
Paul Klee was born in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland, and is considered both a German and a Swiss painter. His highly individual style was influenced by movements in art that included expressionism, cubism, and surrealism. He was, as well, a student of orientalism

Paul MacCready
Paul B. MacCready, Jr. was an American aeronautical engineer. He was the founder of AeroVironment and the designer of the human-powered aircraft that won the Kremer prize

Paul Mauriat
Paul Mauriat was a French orchestra leader, specializing in light music. He is best known in the United States for his million selling remake of André Popp's "Love is Blue", which was #1 for 5 weeks in 1968

Paul Nash (artist)
Paul Nash was a British landscape painter, surrealist and war artist, as well as a book-illustrator, writer and designer of applied art. He was the older brother of the artist John Nash.-Early life:

Paul Ngei
The Honourable Paul Joseph Ngei was a Kenyan politician who was imprisoned for his role in the anti-colonial movement, but who went on to hold several government ministerial positions after Kenya became independent.

Paul of Tarsus
Paul the Apostle , also known as Saul of Tarsus, is described in the Christian New Testament as one of the most influential early Christian missionaries, with the writings ascribed to him by the church forming a considerable portion of the New Testament

Paul Okalik
Paul Okalik MLA is a Canadian politician. He is the first Inuk member called to the Nunavut Bar, the first Premier of Nunavut and the only multi-term premier of a Canadian territory.

Paul Peel
Paul Peel was a Canadian academic painter. Having won a medal at the 1890 Paris Salon, he became one of the first Canadian artists to receive international recognition in his lifetime.-Career and life:

Paul Preuss
Paul Preuss is an American writer of science fiction and science articles and is a science consultant for film companies. He is perhaps best known for the novels in Arthur C

Paul Prudhomme
Paul Prudhomme is an American celebrity chef whose specialty is Cajun cuisine. He is also the owner of one of the top restaurants in New Orleans, K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen.-Early life:

Paul R. Ehrlich
Paul Ralph Ehrlich is an American biologist and educator who is the Bing Professor of Population Studies in the department of Biological Sciences at Stanford University and president of Stanford's Center for Conservation Biology. By training he is an entomologist specializing in Lepidoptera , but he also a prominent ecologist and demographer

Paul Revere
Paul Revere was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution. He is most famous for alerting Colonial militia of approaching British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord, as dramatized in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, Paul Revere's Ride

Paul Ricoeur
Paul Ricœur was a French philosopher best known for combining phenomenological description with hermeneutic interpretation

Paul Robeson
Paul Leroy Robeson was an American concert singer , recording artist, actor, athlete, scholar who was an advocate for the Civil Rights Movement in the first half of the twentieth century

Paul Roma
Paul Roma is a professional wrestler who is known for his work in the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling primarily as a tag-team wrestler alongside such partners as Jim Powers, Hercules, Arn Anderson and Paul Orndorff.-World Wrestling Federation :Paul Roma entered professional bodybuilding at a young age,

Paul Rusesabagina
Paul Rusesabagina is a Rwandan humanitarian who has been internationally honored for saving 1,268 refugees during the Rwandan Genocide. He was the assistant manager of the Sabena Hôtel des Mille Collines before he became the manager of the Hôtel des Diplomates, both in Kigali, Rwanda

Paul S. L. Johnson
Paul Samuel Leo Johnson was an American scholar and pastor, the founder of the Laymen's Home Missionary Movement. He authored 17 volumes of religious writings entitled Epiphany Studies in the Scriptures, and published two magazines from about 1918 until his death in 1950

Paul Salopek
Paul Salopek is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning writer. Salopek was raised in central Mexico.-Life:Salopek received a degree in environmental biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1984

Paul Samuelson
Paul Anthony Samuelson was an American economist, and the first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. The Swedish Royal Academies stated, when awarding the prize, that he "has done more than any other contemporary economist to raise the level of scientific analysis in economic theory." Economic historian Randall E

Paul Samwell-Smith
Paul Samwell-Smith is best known as a founding member and bassist of the 1960s English band, The Yardbirds, a group that spawned such noteworthy musicians as Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, and Jimmy Page

Paul Schmidt
Paul-Otto Schmidt was a translator in the German foreign ministry from 1923-1945. During his career he served as the translator for Neville Chamberlain's negotiations with Adolf Hitler over the Munich Agreement, the British Declaration of War and the surrender of France.-Early years:In 1917/18 Schmidt was a soldier in the First World War and was wounded

 
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